Rochester Police Report
Rochester Police Department Summary for December 6, 2022 through December 9, 2022
Rochester Police officers handled 153 calls for service, and responded to 3 traffic crashes.
Police Stop Driver with Suspended License and Expired Plate
Rochester, MI - December 8, 2022 - A Rochester officer was on patrol in the area of University and Pine. The officer observed a vehicle to have an expired plate. The plate was confirmed expired as of 09/2021. The officer stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver, who did not have their license.
The driver provided the officer their name and date of birth. It was confirmed the driver had multiple suspensions on their license. The driver was issued a citation for the expired plate. The vehicle was turned over to the passenger. A warrant was sought for driving while license suspended 2nd/Subsequent.
28-year Old Arrested for Drunk Driving
Rochester, MI - December 9, 2022 - A Rochester officer was performing selective enforcement at Main and Second when they observed a vehicle traveling southbound on Main with no lights on. The officer followed the vehicle as it turned onto W Second. The officer observed the vehicle stop in the intersection at Walnut and Second. The officer continued to follow the vehicle northbound as it swerved over the double yellow lane.
The officer conducted a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, a 28-year-old male from Lake Orion. The officer observed signs of intoxication and asked the driver to perform SFSTs (Standard Field Sobriety Tests). The driver did not pass the SFSTs and refused to provide a PBT (Preliminary Breath Test) sample. The driver was placed under arrest and transported to RPD for a chemical test and lodging. The driver provided 2 breath samples both resulting in 0.26 BAC. The driver was lodged until sober and issued a citation pending a court date.
About this Report
This report provides a summary of arrests, incidents, events and other items of significance occurring in the City of Rochester. However, it does not include every incident reported to the Police Department. It is possible for publicity to hinder some criminal investigations. In these situations, we do not release information unless it is in the community’s best interest or we are certain it will not compromise an investigation.
December 12, 2022, City of Rochester and Rochester.Life staff